DoubleTree by Hilton Chicago - Arlington Heights
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... are quite large and very good at hearing even small sounds. This rain was no small sound!
We decided to drive into Chicago for dinner and find some place to have a true Chicago dinner. It was beautiful driving around the city ... which we did a lot of because Mom kept looking at buildings and missing the turns from the GPS for parking.
We had an awesome dinner at a great Tavern near Lake Michigan. While we waited on our pizza we played ...
... I do have to say, was finding a personalised magnet with my name on it! I kid you not - this is the first time EVER that I've found anything like this. So of course I bought it :).
After walking around the pier and getting a few bits and pieces from the shops, Jess and I decided it was time to go back to the hotel and have a bit of a nap. This would be an easy thing to do, however Chicago, known as the Windy City, should ...
... mojo" or citrus marinade, garlic-rubbed flank steak, chorizo aioli, sofrito rice with cilantro and tres leches (three milks) cake. We took advantage of the discount card provided as part of the course, purchasing a couple of small items each and ordering one big one - a cast iron casserole dish - to be delivered to Max & Sarah's. The rain had eased by the time we headed home, though Max was complaining of it being too cool for his liking and debated whether ...
... priority service because we had access to agents in AA's Flagship Lounge (AA only has three of these lounges nationwide); second, the status allowed us to be put at the top of the upgrade list for 1st class seating; and third, the status allowed us reciprocal treatment on AA's partner airline for our segment of the trip from LAX to Melbourne. This is all to say that this is the routing it would have been had it not been for the Points. So the point is "It is About the ...
... Paris' Musée D'Orsay. We left our apartment a little after 9:30am, knowing the Art Institute did not open for another hour but feeling confident we could fill in the time until then. The first stop therefore, perhaps not surprisingly, was for a coffee; the second was at a travel goods store. We then walked beyond the Art Institute to the Buckingham Fountain - constructed in 1927, it is a Chicago landmark but until this morning I had never seen it flowing, as ...